Perhaps I sympathized with the little guy since I was always the one chosen last when growing up, often even after all the girls were chosen and the doggies and once after the other team chose "that fence post over there" so out it came and I inked it up with an ink that also seems to have a complex and not able to decide what color it really was, Noodler's Zhivago.
You can see the little guy on the far right in this picture.
It's one of my older 146s, likely made sometime in the 50s or 60s and an export model, with Masterpiece instead of Meisterstück. The pen is made from celluloid and as you can see from the picture slightly shorter than the modern 146 Legrand.
It is fitted with a 14C two tone nib:
and the early ebonite ski-slope feed:
it's moderately wet and has some flex, the old lined inkview window and the Snowcap has the classic yellow tint of old celluloid:
so I used it for a day, filled several pages in one of my journals and gotta admit, it's as nice as I remembered.